Study Abroad Articles

This article originally appeared on Pink Pangea and originally published on Go Overseas on March 7th, 2013. Women's History Month has been officially celebrated by Congress every March since 1981. There are many reasons to celebrate Women's History Month and gender equality this...
Originally published November 19, 2012. It's no secret: France is one of the most popular destinations for study abroad students , but it isn't exactly known for being an inexpensive country. As a study abroad student in France, you can try to use federal financial aid or find a...
Sitting in an office chair, I fidgeted around and played with the rings on my fingers, trying to remain focused on the interviewer as she looks intently at my every move. I’m not horrible at interviews, but most of the time they aren’t wonderful experiences and I’d much rather be...
Whether at home or studying abroad, our phones are in our daily lives -- we're constantly on them checking social media, taking selfies, or actually communicating through phone calls and text messages (that’s what they’re really for, right?). How will you ever be able to Snapchat...
Unlike your friends, family, and significant others, we at Go Overseas love to hear your travel stories . Especially the ones that make us laugh! So last month, we asked, and you answered with your best stories from abroad. Not just from studying abroad, but also volunteering,...
Studying abroad in the Middle East is a guaranteed transformative experience that'll shatter any preconceived notions you had about this part of the world. Prepare yourself for unbeatable hospitality, rich history, compelling current affairs, spectacular scenery, fascinating...
In the movie “Spring Breakers,” a bunch of former Disney stars head to Florida and get themselves into a world of trouble -- and some intimidatingly small but very brightly-colored bikinis. While this is perhaps a slight exaggeration of the experience of most college spring...
I've traveled to over 40 countries in the past 5 years, so although my long-term relationship experience is quite limited (it's almost Valentine's Day so I'd rather not dwell on that part), I still find going out with locals to be one of the most interesting parts of my...
Originally published on April 2nd, 2014 We all want to be sexy, right? I know I do. But what does it mean to be sexy? Is sexiness something that can be bought at the store like groceries – acquired without work, as impersonal as a telemarketing call? Or is sexiness the kind of...